On Tuesday afternoon, young Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) alumni were invited to join Rabbi Mendelson for a special Lunch & Learn program hosted in the fourth floor Lecture Hall. The program, which was the first event of what MTA is planning to make into a regular series, offered the young alums the chance to
Last week, nine MDS students participated in National History Day, an education program that engages students in grades six through 12 in the discovery and interpretation of historical topics. By participating in History Day, students can research topics related to the annual theme and can express themselves creatively through
Rabbi Joshua Kahn has been named head of school at the Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy/Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA). The appointment is the culmination of an extensive international search that involved parents, faculty, alumni, board members and YU administrators.
On Monday, May 30, at the Greenwich Hyatt Hotel at 5:30 p.m., Bi-Cultural Day School will be celebrating its 60th birthday by honoring a special group of dedicated community members and a member of the faculty at the annual Bi-Cultural Day School Celebration Dinner. Seven people will be
The Bi-Cultural Day School Players will be performing The Wizard of Oz on Thursday, March 31, at 7:00 p.m. and on Sunday, April 3, at 10:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. The Wizard of Oz production is the school’s annual spring musical and is the traditional telling of the time-honored classic, featuring such well-loved songs as “Over the
On Sunday evening, Westchester Day School brought the night sky indoors for Shema Under the Stars, a musical pajama party. Entering a room filled with star balloons and decorations, children excitedly showed off their favorite pajamas and enjoyed coloring special Shema Under the Stars pillowcases. Led by Shy Krug, the kids
This was not your typical school dinner. No honorees, less than ten minutes of speeches, and a relatively low fundraising goal. WTA, in its third year of educating and stimulating young minds, recently held its annual Shomrei Torah scholarship event. The goal was to raise $100,000 towards the school's scholarship fund. WTA
February is the shortest month of the year, but Bi-Cultural Day School managed to collaborate to ensure that this short month was jam-packed with culture, creativity and music. The school began the month with the Student Council-sponsored BCDS Student Photo Contest, in which students from all grades were able to submit an
On Thursday, February 11, students in Grades 4 through 8 combined hands-on, project-based learning with traditional study as they helped build a large scale model of the Beit HaMikdash, the Second Temple. Students learned about how the Temple, which was one of the tallest buildings during its time, played such an important
Carmel Academy’s award-winning science, technology, engineering and mathematics program has garnered national attention with its students winning another award in a nationwide STEM challenge, just a few weeks after the school was featured in a National Science Teachers Association publication.
On Friday the kindergarten students of Westchester Day School held their annual Kabbalat Shabbat performance. This year the performance was about tzedakah, and was reflective of a year-long program spearheaded by Morah Sue Moskovich. Beginning on Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan, the kindergarten began "Our Time to Give," in which